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stands at $7,000. >> the cdc reports failed drug overdoses in the u.s. are on the rise for the 11th year in a row. -- fatal drug overdoses in the u.s. are on the rise for the 11th year in a row. more than half involve prescription drugs, mainly painkillers. prescription drug deaths have outnumbered those from heroin and cocaine combine. also the number of people getting botox is on the rise. 8%. injections a rat are up more than 14 million received some kind of plastic surgery last year. six millions of those were botox treatments. after a lot of bad press and a steady suggests drinking diet beverages may have some health benefits. researchers asked 300 overweight or obese adults to substitute two sugary ridges. both groups lower their calorie intake. those who consumed more water eight more fruits and vegetables but those who win without -- with the diet drink ended up eating fewer deserts and that goes against a previous hypothesis that diet beverages could boost your preference for sweets. >> >> the gusty winds across the area of making it feel a lot colder than what the temperature m
is not a u.s. citizen, a detective said she will be deported as soon as she finishes serving out her sentence. >> one of the jurors behind a guilty verdict in the phylicia barnes case is talking about what went on behind the scenes the first -- for the first time. the most influential piece of evidence came from michael johnson's own mouth. the recorded conversations between johnson and his family members. the juror said johnson did not show remorse and never claimed he was innocent, and that was a major deal breaker. [indiscernible] he was on air with these conversations saying the things he said and with that attitude. >> johnson was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of the 16-year-old from north carolina. a crucial vote is expected in annapolis this evening on too emotionally charged issues. the fate of a bill to repeal the death penalty and that gun- control legislation are in the hands of the senate. david collins joins us live from annapolis. is a big night there. >> they are discussing the repeal bill right now, with the swing vote now in favor of abolishing the death pena
that congenital heart defects affect one out of every 110 babies in the u.s. the proposed screenings measure the amount of oxygen in the baby's blood. >> still ahead, a well-known conference venue will no longer be putting on shoes. the theater in towson has some plan changes -- will no longer be putting on shows. >> and one county, at least 60 crashes were reported, one of them fatal. >> baltimore county may be a step ahead of the president when it comes to putting key educational programs in p >> live, local, latebreaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m., with stan stovall, donna hamilton, and your chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> take a good look at the theater in towson. soon it will look like a completely different place. it has been around for nearly two decades now and was the scene of a mob-like melee last fall. >> rob roblin is live in towson. thus the change have something to do with last year's problem on the streets of towson? >> i talked to the owner earlier and he said absolutely no. he said that have been planning
is united in our efforts to avoid the hardship of sequestration. next u.s. senator ben cardin holds a town hall style meeting monday with employees at the social security administration headquarters in woodlawn. most are in danger of possibly being furloughed and were hoping for good news from the senator. >> we have had some assurances we will probably not have of furlough. >> according to the white house, congress -- if congress does not work out a deal by friday, maryland stands to get hit in five main areas, including the military law enforcement, education, public health, job training and child care, and the environment. >> i know you cannot avoid people losing income or their jobs. that is going to happen. >> senator carden seems to feel that a deal will not come by friday, but furloughs and job losses could take more than a month, giving lawmakers a little more time. the cuts for marylanders are among the most harshest in the country. within $40 million could be cut for primary and secondary education. just be a drastic cuts toward infectious disease prevention, and cuts for clean w
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